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Filament formation by metabolic enzymes is a specific adaptation to an advanced state of cellular starvation

bioRxiv

Mar 7, 2014

Ivana PetrovskaSimon Alberti

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One of the key questions in biology is how the metabolism of a cell responds to changes in the environment. In budding yeast, starvation causes a drop in intracellular pH, but the functional role of this pH change is not well understood. Here, we show that the enzyme glutamine synthetas...read more

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GLUL gene
Metabolic Process, Cellular
d(CCATTAATGG)2 B-DNA decamer
Fibril - Cell Component
Metabolism
Metabolic Aspects
GLN1
Tooth Crowding
Yeasts
Adaptation
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Filament formation by metabolic enzymes is a specific adaptation to an advanced state of cellular starvation

bioRxiv

Mar 7, 2014

Ivana PetrovskaSimon Alberti

PMID: 990003277

DOI: 10.1101/003277

Abstract

One of the key questions in biology is how the metabolism of a cell responds to changes in the environment. In budding yeast, starvation causes a drop in intracellular pH, but the functional role of this pH change is not well understood. Here, we show that the enzyme glutamine synthetas...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

GLUL gene
Metabolic Process, Cellular
d(CCATTAATGG)2 B-DNA decamer
Fibril - Cell Component
Metabolism
Metabolic Aspects
GLN1
Tooth Crowding
Yeasts
Adaptation
7
1
Paper Details
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